The Aspiration Initiative
The Aspiration Initiative (TAI) academic enrichment program aims to increase opportunities and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. From...
Documenting Jet Cycles Sydney's journey to a new location and a new partnership with the world-famous cycling institution Specialized. Shot by Jose Luis...
Two promotional videos for one of Australia's front-running creative directors, Mark Vassallo. Condensing a career spanning a decade into 90 seconds. This...
Flowers in the Desert
The Wixarika culture (or Huichol) originates from the Mexican states of Jalisco, Nayarit, and Durango where more than 50,000 Huicholes currently live and practice...
The "Ermita" building in Mexico City is one of the most iconic buildings in the capital city. Built during the Golden Era of the city in the early 1930's, it...
National Centre of Indigenous Excellence
This video showcases the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence and the work they do with their Pathway Partners to build brighter futures for young...
Big Issue Street Football Festival 2012
The festival aims to raise awareness of homelessness and encourages those who are on the margins of society to take part in this amazing program. An amazing...
KMS Education specialises in management education and training. They have been conducting seminars and arranging workshops and conferences for executives since...
Stills from our long-lost mystery thriller. A tale of mind control in the music industry. Shot by Ashly and Kris Mileski Edited by Kris Mileski
A 340 Dollar Horse
Shot and edited by Jose Luis Fernandez.
Wanjoo Welcome for CHOGM 2011
Video for CHOGM 2011 opening ceremony featuring Aboriginal elders from Noongar country. Shot and edited by Jose Luis Fernandez
An abstract piece exploring the idea of looking back at your past. Shot and edited by Patrick Colozzi
You Once Said
Experimental mood piece using sound collages and dreamlike imagery. Shot and editied by Kris Mileski
Mystery in Light
A gallery of various destinations in Europe, Mexico and Australia. Photography by Jose Luis Fernandez